There lived a farmer, his daughter, and a broker. The farmer for some reason borrowed a lot of money from the broker by pawning the only farm, the farmer had. The time given to the farmer to repay the money and get his farm released was over and the broker, the evil shylock, proposed the following: he would place a black stone and a white stone in a bag, and the farmer's daughter would need to pick out one of the stones from the bag in front of the entire town. If the daughter drew the white stone, the broker would return the farmer's farm and forgive him of the money. If she drew the black stone, the broker would marry the farmer's daughter and take the farm as well. The farmer had no choice but to agree. The farmer's daughter does not trust the broker and she knows that the broker might as well place 2 black stones in the bag. How can she get out of marrying the broker and save the farm for her father?